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ICYMI: Billie Eilish Under Fire For Alleged Racist Slur

Billie Eilish might be next to be cancelled for being an alleged racist. Pop sensation Billie Eilish is catching a lot of heat on social media over past videos allegedly showing her using a racial slur. A TikTok video was uploaded this week where the Grammy winner can allegedly be heard using several ethnic accents. The 19-year-old singer is also apparently seen on-camera using a racist Asian slur. The authenticity of the videos hasn’t been confirmed, but with over one-million views in three days critics and fans are garnering mixed reactions.
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Billie Eilish, Bad Bunny, The Weeknd And Roddy Ricch: 5 Songs Making Moves On The Hot 100

No. 10 - Bad Bunny - "Yonaguni" Bad Bunny has now landed inside the top 10 on the Hot 100 with four songs, but this new win is special. The Latin superstar’s latest single is his first to reach the highest tier on the tally without any other musician attached, as his three prior placements in the area have featured Jhay Cortez (“Dakiti”), Drake (“MIA”) and Cardi B and J Balvin (the former’s “I Like It”). "Yonaguni" doesn’t just reach the top 10 on this week's Hot 100, it debuts inside the tier, arriving as the loftiest start of the frame.
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Billie Eilish Says She "Hated Every Second" Of Making Her First Album

Billie Eilish says she "hated every second" of making her debut album, When We All Fall Asleep Where Do We Go?, due to a combination of several factors, including notes from the label, constant meetings, stressful deadlines, and more. In a new interview with Rolling Stone, the Grammy-winning pop star explains that she took a very different approach for her upcoming project, Happier Than Ever.
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Lorde Bonded With Billie Eilish Over The Struggles Of Teenage Fame

Lorde was 16 years old when "Royals" became the biggest song in the world, making her the youngest female artist to top the charts in 26 years. Six years later, Billie Eilish's "Bad Guy" achieved the same feat at age 17. Needless to say, the two stars have some things in common, and during a recent interview with BBC Radio 1's Annie Mac Lorde opened up about bonding with Eilish over teenage fame, and the struggles that come along with it.
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Billie Eilish Insists ‘Your Power’ Isn’t About Her Ex: ‘Everybody Needs To Shut Up’

Ever since fans got a tiny glimpse into the life of Billie Eilish via her The World’s A Little Blurry documentary, there’s been a lot more chatter about her romantic relationships than ever before. A few scenes from the film depict a fairly one-sided and tumultuous relationship between Eilish and her ex, Brandon Adams, who is also an artist and performs as 7:AMP. Adams was in his twenties when the pair dated while Eilish was and is still a teenager, so when she released a new song called “Your Power” that addresses a similar age gap, fans felt it must’ve been addressing that experience.
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Billie Eilish ‘Hated Every Second’ Of Making Her Debut Album

Though plenty of people probably envy Bille Eilish’s life as a pop star, she isn’t one to proclaim the joys of her own role. In a new cover story with Rolling Stone in the wake of her sophomore album, Happier Than Ever, which is slated to release in July, the young singer-songwriter admits that making her debut full-length was a fairly miserable process for her.
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Billie Eilish Just Addressed Rumors That “Your Power” Is About Her Ex-Boyfriend

In case you missed Billie Eilish’s Apple TV+ documentary, The World’s a Little Blurry, she opened up about a lot—and I mean a lot—of aspects of her life, including her previous relationship with Brandon Quentin Adams (aka 7:AMP). So when Billie released her first album single, “Your Power,” back in April and the lyrics mentioned a toxic relationship, many assumed Billie was referring to Brandon. Now, though, Billie is setting the record straight once and for all.
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Lorde: Billie Eilish and I bonded over spending our teenage years in the spotlight

Lorde bonded with Billie Eilish over their shared experience of being a teenager in the spotlight. The 24-year-old singer rose to prominence in 2013 when she released her hit single ‘Royals’, and has now said she and 19-year-old Billie – whose fame has skyrocketed over the last few years – have “sent a few little messages” to each other to discuss growing up in the public eye.
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Billie Eilish gets hated over an old scandal

The singer did not have time to justify herself for an ambiguous clip on the verge of vulgarity, as she again flew in. The listeners demand urgently to expel Billie Eilish from the musical Olympus. This time, the singer was reminded of a long-standing oversight that could now cost her a career.